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  1. Love Calibration: https://mindpersuasion.com/love-calibration/ https://mindpersuasion.com/mm/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/easy-love-calibration
  2. Deliver Delicious Stories: https://mindpersuasion.com/deliver-delicious-stories/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July14Post.mp4 A couple of months ago, I made some almond flour crackers. I saw some recipe online and I figured I'd try it out. But they ended up tasting like cardboard. So I tried again, but this time, putting in something other than salt. After a few iterations, I finally got it calibrated. Mixed in with the almond flour and the egg, I put in some "everything but the bagel" seasoning. And on top, after they are mixed and cut up like crackers, I put some plain salt on top. AND after they are done, I put some chive and onion cream cheese on top. Compared to the first time, when I made and ate them plain, these are very, very tasty. An old song from the seventies is about love. The line they repeat a bunch of times if very familiar: "Love is like oxygen. You get too much you get too high. Not enough and you're going to die." My entire youth has been punctuated by bouts of over training and the subsequent tendonitis. I get it into my head to do something, like pushups or pull ups and I go ALL IN. I figure if some is good, more is better right? And even MORE more is even better-er, right? Nope. My mind is willing, but my tendons always slam on the brakes. SLOW DOWN! Calibration is a very, very important concept. To maintain a healthy body, you need to calibrate and balance quite a bit. Healthy eating, but with a cheating day or two to look forward to. Good sleep, some stretching, calisthenics, cardiovascular, etc. Way back in the day, when we were still hunter-gatherers, we didn't need to worry about any of this stuff. We'd find some wooly mammoth tracks and get excited. While we tracked him for a few days, we were SUPER excited. This is gonna be AWESOME! It's all we thought about. As we got closer and closer, all the potential benefits became bigger and bigger in our mind. Big, happy feast with everybody. Take a couple weeks off from hunting. If you were up high enough on the social status chain, this big kill would get you in some with cute young cave girls. We'd kill it, enjoy the feast. The ultimate party time. Then we'd get hungry again, and the cycle would repeat. Today, we don't have these external things motivating us. Food is easy. Sex, if you lower your standards enough, is easy. Nobody needs to set out bear traps outside your door so you don't get eaten while you sleep. This means our brains tend to imagine things WAY more than we used to. Unfortunately, our brains imagine potential negative things we MUCH STRONGER energy than potential good things. This was perfect in the old days. When danger could KILL you if you were unprepared. Today, most of our fears are Mark Twain fears. The kind that will never come true. But unless you take time to re-calibrate your fears, they'll keep you stuck. But once calibrated, you can get in there, and get some. Easily. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/obstacle-obliteration/
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May19Post.mp4 Imagine you were having a big dinner party. You just got a promotion, or she said yes, or any other reason. You were cooking something that you'd never cooked before. Some huge roast pork of some kind. All your dinner guests were excited, ready to taste the delicious smelling pork. You check the recipe, and it says to cook it until it reaches an internal temperature of 170 degrees. You check it, and sure enough, 170 degrees. You pull it out, cut it up, serve to your guests. They eat it. Only twenty minutes later, everybody dies! Egads! You wonder what's wrong. You haven't been arrested yet, so you do some experimenting in your kitchen. You think maybe your thermometer might be the culprit. You put it in a pot of boiling water that you KNOW the temperature of. Only your thermometer says is TWICE AS HIGH as you know it is!' That's why! Your thermometer is out of calibration! Ok, here's another silly story. Your friend said he'd give you $1,000,000 if you can jump your motorcycle over crocodile canyon. You dust off your calculus book, do some calculations, and figure if you hit the ramp at 80 mph, you should make it. So you hit the ramp, your speedometer reads 80 mph, and you start dreaming of your million bucks. Until you land smack dab in the middle of crocodile river. After you recover, you take in your bike and have it checked. You THOUGHT you were going 80 mph, (that's what your speedometer said) but you were really going 40 mph! Egads! This is what happens when things aren't calibrated properly. You are getting readings that you THINK are accurate, but they are not. This happens in movies all the time. If they are comedies, the are funny. If they are not comedies, they are CRINGE worthy. Some lady will give a guy a hug. An emotional, FRIENDLY hug. But the guy thinks it's a SEXUAL hug. He starts reaching his hand up the back of her shirt. She pulls back, horrified. What the heck do you think you're doing, bub!? His "sexual interest response meter" was IMPROPERLY calibrated. Calibrated based on HOPE rather than data. When most of our instinctive measurements are OUT of calibration life SUCKS. Death dinner parties, eaten by crocodiles, and getting slapped in the face. But when you RE-CALIBRATE your instincts? Life is good. REALLY good. Good times, sexy hugs, and not a crocodile sight! Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/love-magnet/
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec29Post.mp4 One of the best pieces of advice in fiction is to show, don't tell. This is one of those things that everybody has heard a billion times. But few have taken the time to understand precisely why this is such good advice. A common complaint is a movie or TV show sucks because of lazy writing. This is usually an example of telling rather than showing. A good piece of fiction requires our participation. We like to watch the plot unfold, and make inferences about what has happened and why. Characters that have complex and unknown back stories make them more mysterious, and therefore more interesting. Every time we see them, we are subconsciously reminded that they have a complex backstory that we don't know about. This makes our brains, from a subconscious standpoint, much more interested in those characters. It's very similar to using curiosity as a marketing strategy. They more curiosity they can generate for any kind of product, the more we'll tend to buy it. When we are watching fiction, and we can put together what's going on, from the clues, we feel a sense of ownership. A sense of discovery. It feels much more like OUR experience. One that we participated in. Moves and TV shows that only TELL, don't require nearly as much brain power. It's much more passive. It's much more like passive watching, rather than participating. This the difference between well written dramas, and movies that depend on special effects and action. This can also be applied to dating, attraction, and seduction. The idea is the same. Show, don't tell. For example, a guy who is TELLING instead of showing will say things like, "I want you to be happy." As if a girl is going to hear that, and suddenly become happy. On the other hand, a guy with much deeper seduction skills will behave in a way that will make her happy. He'll carefully calibrate her behavior, so he can alter his behavior to get the best response. She can just relax and enjoy the ride. Guys mess up with they make it TOO OBVIOUS that they are interested in her. It's much better if she wonders whether you're into her or not. Step one is to behave in a way that will CREATE positive feelings in her. WITHOUT talking about it. Simply by calibrating her behavior, and using her subconscious signals to MAXIMIZE her good feelings. Step two is make sure she is always wondering about you. This will create maximum attraction, in her, for you. All by SHOWING her, and not telling her. The best part is once you make this part of your personality, you can do this with EVERY girl you interact with. Which will create plenty of women out there that are dreaming of you. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/get-girls/
  6. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept20Post.mp4 A long ago I used to work in a lab. For a large company that made medical devices. Since medical devices are heavily regulated, we had to follow a lot of rules. And since we sold medical devices in many countries, we had to follow a lot of rules set by a lot of international organizations. One of the many ways we had to show we were following those rules were to let these folks drop by any time they wanted. A surprise inspection. They would check all our lab books, to make sure we signed and dated all the data correctly. They were VERY careful about checking the calibration tags on all our measuring equipment. A lab has TONS of measuring equipment. And every single one of these things MUST be calibrated. For example, if they see a thermometer, one question they would ask is HOW, specifically, do you KNOW what the thermometer says is accurate? Turns out there is an entire industry set up around calibration. There are federal agencies that DEFINE things, like how long a meter is, and what the SPECIFIC definition of 100 degrees is. Otherwise, any kind of scientific study would just fall apart. When you work in a big lab, making sure all the equipment has up to date calibration records is a HUGE pain in the you know what. But if they find ONE piece of equipment that was used in any experiment that DIDN'T have an up to date calibration tag, the entire study would be invalidated. And since studies cost tons of money, AND they are usually part of a LONG and VERY EXPENSIVE product development cycle, this is NOT a mistake you want to make. It's very EASY to NOT make that mistake. Just keep everything up to date. And very costly if you DO make it. So it wouldn't be out of the question to GET FIRED or suffer a serious career setback if you DID make that mistake. In a lab, this makes perfect sense. But we HUMANS are also calibrated. We WERE, at least. Our instincts were CALIBRATED to a very specific environment. One that was much harsher than the one we live in. One where the rules were simple. If you don't kill, you don't eat. And killing wasn't easy. It meant chasing a big animal and killing with handmade tools. This meant that the stuff NECESSARY to stay alive was very, very difficult. Today, it's the opposite. If anything is difficult, we think we don't have to do it. In fact, most of us feel ENTITLED to free stuff. This is not a very effective strategy. What IS an effective strategy? Find Out: http://mindpersuasion.com/seven-rules/
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun22Post.mp4 Once upon a time there was a doctor. This doctor lived a couple hundred years or so ago. Back then, one in four women died during childbirth. The main reason was they hadn't yet discovered germs. So it was not uncommon for doctors to be elbows deep in some dead guy, studying his insides, then go directly into a surgery or a delivery. Since he's hands were covered in germs, lots of patients died. Of course, they had yet discovered how dangerous that was. So this doctor thought it might be a good idea for these docs to wash their hands in between procedures. At first they thought he was nuts. What? Invisible things that can kill us? Eventually he persuaded him. And people died less and less because of it. The doctor's name? Dr. Lister. This is why that stuff you're supposed to gargle with is called LISTERINE. Seriously. This is common in science. Something isn't obvious, so we don't notice it or it's effects. But then somebody discovers it, and it makes things a bit clearer. Or safer or easier. Sometimes, though, it is POSSIBLE to know things but we either choose not to, or we just don't think it's possible. After all, there is TON of information. There's no way anybody could know even close to a fraction of a percentage. Sometimes the information is right there in front of us. But we refuse to see it. A lot of people have heard of the idea of social hierarchies, for example. But some refuse to believe it. "Show me proof," they say. As if they expect people to walk around with easy to see proof. But this proof IS easy to see. And easy to measure, once you know. And not just in a metaphorical sense. In a very real, very observable, very behavior sense. You can look over a room and tell EXACTLY who's at the top of any pecking order. And you can measure a few variables from yourself, and know exactly where you stand. This goes way beyond feeling and guessing. If you wanted to, you could actually take measurements. You'd look kind of goofy though. But with practice, it's pretty easy. Not only to measure, but to know EXACTLY what you need to do to increase your socials status. The kind that EVERYBODY is projecting. And EVERYBODY is reading. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/public-speaking-confidence/
  8. History Of Magic: https://mindpersuasion.com/tarot-card-love-spells/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun13Loop.mp4
  9. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun11Post.mp4 The more you practice, the better you perform. This is one of those things that is so obvious it's not even worth saying. But at the same time, it's something we ignore quite a lot. When "we" look out into the world, part of us notices stuff. Another part of us just kind of collects the data. This is commonly referred to as our conscious and unconscious. On a purely structural level, our brain-body systems are incredibly complex. We have this massively complicated body. Our body needs things to stay alive. We also need to make more copies of ourselves. So things we are programmed with tons of instincts to help us. The things that keep us safe and alive and likely to replicate feel VERY GOOD. The things that will likely get us killed or decrease our chances of replicating feel VERY BAD. Describing this from an external, objective view is pretty simple. But inside our own brains, it's chaotically complex. It would be one thing if we were robots and had to simply choose between good things and bad things. But it's much more complicated than that. Because many of the "good things" we want, we aren't sure how to get. We try, fail and feel horrible. Even thought we THINK the thing we want will make us feel fantastic. To make things even worse, sometimes we'll try really hard to get something, but realize it's not all that. We spend all kinds of time, effort and opportunity cost, only to find it's not such a big deal. This really ISN'T such a big deal, and sometimes kind of funny if it's something like changing your mind at a restaurant. You read the menu and see something that LOOKS good. But then the dude two tables over gets something you WISH you would have gotten. For simple things, it's funny. For more important things, it's like that line from a Talking Heads song: "My God! What have I done?!" Even MORE complicated is we need to look out into our reality, and choose from among all the tons of variables of what to do after, and what to not go after. But we only see a small sliver of what's REALLY going on around us. This gets even MORE complicated when part of us PURPOSELY keeps hidden from us valuable information. Kind of like when you take out money from the ATM but you're afraid to look at your balance. You get better at anything if you practice. Even complex things that only exist in social and financial situations. But this requires that we look at ALL the data. Which is difficult for most people. VERY difficult. Until you understand how to RE-CALIBRATE your interpretation of all the data. So it's much more like objective data. And not life or death information. That way, you can become a much better OPERATOR within reality. Which is kind of like a line from old Eric B. & Rakim hip hop song: "A smooth operator operating correctly." Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/eq/
  10. https://mindpersuasion.com/out-of-calibration/
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